|Roses remind me of you - Fox Trot - B. A. Rolfe and his Orchestra|
The Cylinder Archive [www.cylinder.de] release for September 2008: A beautiful fox trot arrangement of "Roses remind me of you", performed with an unusual whistling trumpet solo by B. A. Rolfe himself.
Keywords: cylinder record; jazz; fox trot; cornet solo; vocal refrain; 20's; 1920's; 20s; 1920s
|Liberty Bell March - Baldwin's Cadet Band of Boston|
The Cylinder Archive [www.cylinder.de] release for May 2012: An early performance of John Philip Sousa's popular Liberty Bell March, on a brown wax cylinder from ca. 1895-96 made by the New England Phonograph Co. Baldwin's Band did record a great number of Sousa marches as well as other selections. Their records were also sold by the United States Phonograph Co. The announcement says: "March, The Liberty Bell, played by Baldwin's Cadet Band of Boston", although the announcement is quite faint, t...
Keywords: cylinder recrord; brown wax; band; early; sousa; march; new england
|He goes to Church on Sunday - Billy Murray|
Edison Gold Moulded #9612, recorded in April, 1907. A comic (but somewhere true) song from "The Orchid". Composed by: E. Ray Goetz / Vincent P. Bryan
Keywords: cylinder record; comic; early comedy
Downloads: 7,472 (4 reviews)
|Under the Anheuser Bush - Billy Murray|
The Cylinder Archive [www.cylinder.de] release for January 2010: Under the Anheuser Bush was an early-1900s popular song commissioned by the Anheuser-Busch brewery. Its name is an obvious pun on the company name. In fact, the German word "Busch" is equivalent to the English word "bush". The chorus, as sung by Billy Murray, is as follows. In addition to the instrumental reference, the line "come and have a stein or two" is also sung to the first bar of the German folk standard "Ach du lieber Augu...
Keywords: cylinder record; billy murray; band; advertising; edison; phonograph; black wax; gold moulded; budweiser; beer
|Gasoline Gus and his Jitney Bus - Billy Murray|
A popular automobile song from Edison Blue Amberol #2684, recorded on June 21st 1915.
Keywords: cylinder record; billy murray; auto; automobile; comic
Downloads: 24,579 (2 reviews)
|Winter - Billy Murray & Chorus|
The Cylinder Archive [www.cylinder.de] release for January 2011: Winter - a great theme tune by Billy Murray with chorus and orchestra accompaniment, released on Edison Amberol #863 and recorded in August 1911.
Keywords: cylinder record; billy murray; winter; december; january; snow
Downloads: 1,297 (1 review)
|Cecilia - Fox Trot - Billy Wynne's Greenwich Village Inn Orchestra|
The Cylinder Archive [www.cylinder.de] release for July 2008: Cecilia, performed by Billy Wynne's Greenwich Village Inn Orchestra with vocals by Vernon Dalhart. A genuine charleston fox trot, recorded now 83 years ago and released on Edison Blue Amberol #5064.
Keywords: cylinder record; fox trot; jazz; charleston
|What a Smile can do - Fox Trot - Billy Wynne's Greenwich Village Inn Orchestra|
A nice fox trot by Billy Wynne's Greenwich Village Inn Orchestra with vocals by Charles Hart from 1925. Edison Blue Amberol #4957, take 1, transcribed from Diamond Disc 51501-R (mx. 9993).
Keywords: cylinder record; fox trot; jazz; vocal; orchester; blue amberol
|Gold and Silver - Waltz - Bohemian Band|
Another British Edison-Bell wax cylinders, recorded in November 1904 with the popular waltz title, composed by Franz Lehar under the original name 'Gold und Silber'. Announcement: "Waltz - Gold and Silver, played by the Bohemian Band. Edison-Bell record."
Keywords: british; bohemian; waltz; lehar; gold und silber; edison-bell; bonston waltz; cylinder record
|Runnin' wild - Fox Trot - Broadway Dance Orchestra|
The Cylinder Archive [www.cylinder.de] release for May 2007: The popular jazz title Runnin' wild, performed the Broadway Dance Orchestra, one of Edison's house bands. Nice, smooth and somewhat blues-like played. Transferred from Edison Blue Amberol cylinder #4743
Keywords: cylinder record; blue amberol; fox trot; blues; dance music
Downloads: 3,546 (1 review)
|Cheer up' Cherries will soon be ripe - Byron G. Harlan|
Along with Arthur Collins, Byron G. Harlan was also very active with recording duets for all major cylinder record companies. Here he is singing a solo number of the typical style of that time period on an Columbia/Albany instructible (#891) cylinder record from ca. 1909. Supplied by The Cylinder Archive [www.cylinder.de], digitally preserved by the use of the Passive High-Rise playback system.
Keywords: cylinder record; indestructible; celluloid; albany; columbia; harlan; solo; love song; spring; acoustic; early recording
|As we parted at the Gate - Byron G. Harlan, Frank C. Stanley|
A nice duet by Harlan and Stanley from 1905: "As we parted at the Gate" Based on the raw public domain transcription from the Cylinder Preservation and Digitization Project of University of California, Santa Barbara Library (cylinder #2898) with different filtering.
Keywords: cylinder record; duet; ucsb; edison
|A Scene in a Country Blacksmith Shop - Byron G. Harlan, Frank C. Stanley|
The Cylinder Archive [www.cylinder.de] release for July 2010: A Scene in a Country Blacksmith Shop, a sketch rendition by Harlan and Stanley, announcement by Frank Stanley. Recorded in August 1903.
Keywords: cylinder record; country; scene; sketch; comic; rural; rube
|While the Birds are singing to me - Byron G. Harlan, Joseph Belmont|
A nice duet song from Edison Gold Moulded cylinder #9583, recorded in March of 1903.
Keywords: cylinder record; harlan; belmont; duet